Watch the Budweiser Clydesdales today in Williamsburg VA

Today you can witness the eight-horse, world-famous Budweiser Clydesdale traveling hitch when it visits Williamsburg, Va. in celebration of the Anheuser-Busch Williamsburg brewery’s 40th anniversary. All are welcome to bring a camera and take photos of the hitch preparation, and then watch the Budweiser Clydesdales make “old fashion beer deliveries.” 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4,at the Corner of Brooks Street and Richmond Road, Williamsburg.

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The public is invited to watch and take photos as Budweiser Clydesdale handlers prepare the hitch for deliveries from 3–4 p.m.; preparations take approximately one hour. The Clydesdales will then travel along Brooks Street to Richmond Road and proceed toward the college.

About mrwilliamsburg

I love Williamsburg !
Being “Mr. Williamsburg” and starting my web site in 2004 has been a great way for me to help people looking for homes for sale, communities and an “insider knowledge.” of the area.
Turned out I was onto something. Because I offer in-depth information and up-to-the-minute blogging, even international clients have found me. One couple, moving back to the States from France, told me that a post I wrote blog about grocery shopping in Williamsburg convinced them that Williamsburg was the place to be, and that I was the best source by far that they found on the web.
I’m happy to say that I hear similar comments from many of my clients looking for homes throughout Williamsburg and Hampton Roads.
I grew up in Va Beach Va, after attending college, I worked at a number of positions including manager of a land development and construction company and business manager of a cut flower business that we grew in sales from $300,000 to $15 million (we were supplier to Whole Foods and one of the first cut flower suppliers to Costco.
I married a floral manager, Ellen, whom I’d met in the flower business, and we were both working 60 to 80 hours a week for the same company — more on holidays. Our kids were tiny at the time, and we hardly got to see our extended families in Williamsburg, VA BEach and Richmond VA .
In 2004, it seemed like a good time to simplify and put family first.
So we moved from Annapolis to Williamsburg. I went into real estate with Liz Moore and Associates, and Ellen , is now Health and Wellness director for James CIty County who also runs ultra marathons “for fun.” In her spare time, she is the cross-country coach at Lafayette and directs a county-affiliated track and field team for young athletes. (Team Flash)
Everything in my life has come together beautifully. Ellen and I work nearby . Our sons Zach and Josh attend Lafayette High School and Hornsby Middle School and are crazy about sports and the outdoors.
We feel like we’re living the dream, and saving two to four hours by not driving on the DC beltway every day. So, I can now spend my time with family while concentrating on learning — and sharing — information about living in Williamsburg.
In real estate, no two people or transactions are the same. Everything’s a challenge, and I’m rewarded every time i close a transaction see the smiles on clients’ faces.
Please email or call me for assistance with any real estate questions about the area
John@MrWilliamsburg.com or 757 254 8136